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Monday 14th September 2015
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Resume Wizard
Choose a resume format below and click "Start Building".
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About the Resume Wizard

The Resume Wizard is designed to help you create a professional resume as easily as possible. The first step is to select the resume style most suitable for your career history. To view information about a resume format, click "Information" under its name on the left. To begin creating your own resume, click on the "Start Building" link.

How It Works

Once you choose a template and Start Building, the links at the left of the page will change to reflect the different sections of your resume. Clicking on one of these section titles will allow you to edit the information that will appear on your resume.

Some sections, such as previous work experience, will allow you to add multiple items of information, as well as change the order in which they appear on your resume.

A Helping Hand

In addition to guiding you through the process of deciding what information to include on your resume, each section of the Resume Wizard will list several hints or tips to help you decide what to include as well as the best way to write it.

You may also want to read our resume advice page for more in-depth advice on writing your resume.

Downloading, Exporting & Storing Your Resume

Once you are happy with the content of your resume, you can download and save it in plain text, Microsoft Word, or html (web page) formats. To do this, click on the appropriate link on the left of the page. If you wish to save your resume online and return to edit it at a later date, you need to sign up to become a Job member.

Join Job

Membership is free, and just requires you to enter your email address and a password. Click the login / signup link on the left. The benefits of membership are that you can store and edit multiple resumes online, and if you choose, allow others to view your resume online. The benefit of this is if a potential employer asks for you resume, you can just give them the web address, useful if you do not have a copy to hand immediately.

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